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Joe discusses videos of Van Jones at CPAC and Bryce Harper's monstrous 13-year deal with the Philadelphia Phillies.
Ivanka Trump thinks people should earn their money, Michael Cohen is testifying before Congress, a new proposal outlines the…
Remember those first times of going down a YouTube black hole? We do.
The incredible story of how one woman managed to emerge from darkness, explore her haunted past, and heal herself from mental…
Dr. Steve Billet immediately returns to discuss Michael Cohen's testimony before the House Oversight Committee. Note: This…
We talk with Joaquin Sapien, correspondent on the new Frontline and Propublica documentary “Right to Fail,” about a court…
Doug shares what prompted him to shift his career later in life and offers advice to others who might wish to do the same…
Joe discusses why the possibility of Joe Biden's presidential run is less than exciting.
Kraft is just the latest reminder that the billionaires running the NFL can get away with just about anything.
After twelve years eleven months and this our 150th show it’s time to say goodbye to the UCB Theatre.
The dangers of idealizing a far right and left alliance on foreign policy, and a very good piece about not liking Bernie…
Winter is coming faster than you might expect. Here’s how to get up to speed on Westeros before the final season starts in…
Priscilla Dobler is an interdisciplinary artist, born in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico and raised in Tacoma, Washington by an immigrant…
Dr. Steve Billet joins the show to discuss U.S. policy with Venezuela and the possibility of military intervention. Dr. Steve…
NYC Beer Week is here. We checked out the Brewers Panel at The Well in Brooklyn.
Jeffrey Epstein and Roger Stone both face the possibility of some actual consequences in court, rich people have the most boring…
After a crazy week of news, we're definitely sticking to what we know best.
In Part 2, Matt Breunig explains parental leave under the Family Fun Pack plan and the importance of prioritizing family benefits…
Listener Mason joins us to tell their story of needing an abortion as a 16-year-old with no adult to go to for help. Also, Morning…
We begin to look back on films from 10 years ago, with ‘The Hurt Locker.’ Also, we review new movie, ‘Birds of Passage.’…
Matt Bruenig joins the show to discuss People's Policy Project's proposal of a comprehensive set of family welfare benefits called…
CNN hires Sarah Isgur, a former spokeswoman for Jeff Sessions, as a political editor, Bernie Sanders names his campaign manager, a…
The story of a family. The story of an empire. The story of a nation.
In Part 2, Eoin Higgins explains why he believes Sanders won't win the Democratic nomination, but would beat Trump if he did.
Sanders has officially announced that he will run for President in 2020, Elizabeth Warren proposes a slightly means-tested…
Elijah talks about his relationship with his grandmother and shares the most important lessons he’s learned from her. 1st…
Eoin Higgins returns to discuss his recent piece for Vice exploring why Bernie Sanders' 2020 run could be a lot more difficult…
How politicians relationship with weed has changed since the 90s. Photo by David Shankbone via Wikimedia Commons
This week Kimberly Speaks with Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco about his current project he did in collaboration with Gabo…
Reporter Dave Colon joins the show to discuss how on-the-ground activism helped derail Amazon's planned HQ2 in Long Island City,…
Trump will declare a national emergency to fund his border wall, NYC organizers successfully scared away Amazon’s headquarters,…
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss Donald Trump declaring the "border crisis" a national emergency and the constitutional…
J. McVay is joined by contributors Kate Willett and Matt Ruby to discuss the plans offered so far by several high profile…
Eli Valley joins us to discuss the right wing’s weaponization of anti-Semitism, and Morning John on Ilhan Omar’s fantastic…
Joe discusses why mainstream journalists like CNN's Manu Raju insist on asking about tweets and think moaning about Trump's racism…
What happened when a judge visited a federal jail in Brooklyn, it’s been one year since the Parkland school shooting, and…
A vivid catalog of heartache, loneliness, love and joy, The Twenty-Ninth Year is an education in looking for home and self in the…
Fellow BTRtoday staff writer Elena Childers joins the show to discuss sampling Russell Stover's $5 Valentine's Day heart-shaped…
The best of man's best friends strutted their stuff at the 2019 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at MSG.
Representative Ilhan Omar’s tweets criticizing AIPAC sparked a Republican crusade against her, the details of the tentative deal…
Emina describes her first date, which was something of a disaster. She also compares that to the best date she’s ever been…
In Part 2, Ryan Cooper discusses Bernie's standing in the Democratic Party and addresses on criticism against Sanders that seems…
An Intercept story looks at the numbers of arrests in the United States, the APA says that traditional masculinity can hurt boys,…
Marco North is a filmmaker, photographer, author and musician based in Moscow, Russia.
Ryan Cooper joins the show to discuss accusations of racism against Bernie Sanders in the wake of his State of the Union response…
The social media reaction to Smith’s debut as the ‘Aladdin’ Genie was swift and unforgiving.
John and Molly catch up on the rolling nightmare happening in Virginia, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez proves she’s just as awesome as…
Joe discusses Candace Owens' viral (and extremely dumb) comments about Hitler's nationalism.
J. McVay, Jacqueline, & Chuck discuss Netflix movies ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ & ‘Bird Box.’ Plus a preview of Vera Sola’s BTR…
Three stories about FBI shenanigans, Trump and Pence go after New York and Virginia's late term abortion laws, and Amazon…
Don’t hit on women while they’re working. It’s not going to go the way you want.
Chris France joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring why fears of fainting during blood donation are exaggerated.
Trump invoked the specter of socialism at the State of the Union, the value and differences of Abrams and Sanders’ speeches,…
It’s the Lunar New Year around the World today, and today we look at the genre and identity of Asian American Literature; its…
We’ve banished John to the streets of Manhattan once again, Bernie Sanders angered a lot of people by giving a post State of the…
Donald recalls what it was like to live through the AIDS epidemic and how he dealt with losing a loved one to the virus. 1st…
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss what to expect during Trump State of the Union address tonight. Dr. Steve Billet is the…
Bernie proposes a real estate tax clearly informed by both AOC and Warren, we catch up on Max Boot's love of endless war, and…
Yasmeen Abdallah is a transdisciplinary artist, curator and educator focusing on socially-engaged issues and practices.
Joe discusses the joylessness of the Patriots winning yet another Super Bowl, as well as a few of the more interesting prop bet…
Winter Warmer NYC brought food, booze, and beer to the Brooklyn Expo Center.
Cory Booker is a threat to public education or at least he used to be, and four Democrats say no to additional DHS…
Don't let the polar vortex bring you down. Watch bad comedy and serial killer documentaries instead.
In Part 2, Gia Nardini discusses how companies will continue to market experiences and products towards our growing tendency to…
Netflix & Hulu’s competing Fyre Fest documentaries. ‘First Man,’ starring Ryan Gosling. Bedstudy’s BTR Live Studio…
Jussie Smollet's attack by racist homophobes in Chicago, and Harris backtracks on abolishing private insurance…
Offering up some of the silliest and most essential props for this year’s big game.